Trial Administrator

Institution/Unit: University of Birmingham

Closing date: 02 February 2023

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Trial Administrators are responsible for the administration and collection of clinical research data for one or more cancer trial protocols. They provide secretariat services to multi-disciplinary collaborative research group(s) engaged in clinical trials designed to improve the treatment and care of patients with cancer. Post holders work closely with the Trial Coordinator, ensuring the smooth process of trial administration, whilst providing support to colleagues, both inside and outside the unit, and give day to day operational guidance to Data Managers. Informal enquires can be made to Sophia Magwaro ([email protected])

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Research Nurse

Institution/Unit: University of Oxford - NPEU CTU

Closing date: 03 February 2023

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The NPEU Clinical Trials Unit (NPEU CTU) has an exciting opportunity for a Research Nurse to join our team working on a newly funded clinical trial looking at the best way to care for premature babies. You will provide training and support for participating sites, promote and maintain trial interest and motivate staff in participating centres. You will work with the Trial Manager and administrative team to successfully deliver a UK multicentre randomised controlled trial. This is a great opportunity to join a friendly, supportive team leading a training package and to also contribute to wider development work of the Clinical Trials Unit. To be considered, you will be a first level registered nurse with full current NMC registration and experience of working within the specialty of paediatric or neonatal care with evidence of post registration study. You will also have experience of working on a randomised controlled trial or other health care research as well as experience of handling trial data and producing effective management reports.

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Pharmacovigilance Manager

Institution/Unit: University of Southampton

Salary: £33,314 to £40,931 per annum

Closing date: 03 February 2023

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Do you have an eye for detail and an interest in healthcare research? The Southampton Clinical Trials Unit (SCTU) has an exciting opportunity to join our quality team as a Pharmacovigilance Manager. In this role you will be working within an industry-leading trials unit, with expertise in the design, conduct and publication of multicentre, interventional clinical trials and other well-designed studies. This role will see you working with the PV and Coding Officer to ensure the pharmacovigilance programme for the SCTU meets regulatory requirements and the operational needs of the trials. You will ideally have experience of working in the NHS or an academic healthcare research setting. You will primarily be responsible for the pharmacovigilance programme ensuring safety events are reported to regulatory deadlines, additionally reviewing documents, writing SOPs and advising on safety reporting. Knowledge of coding concepts and MedDRA would be an advantage.

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Quality Assurance and Pharmacovigilance Officer

Institution/Unit: Institute of Cancer Research

Salary: £37,050 - £45,732 per annum

Closing date: 05 February 2023

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Duration of Contract: Fixed Term for 2 years Hours per week: 35 hours per week (Full Time) Closing Date: 5 February 2023 Job Details The appointed Quality Assurance and Pharmacovigilance Officer will work as a member of the ICR-CTSU/DDU Quality Assurance Review Team to provide continued quality oversight of our trials activity and to ensure on-going compliance with applicable regulatory standards. The post holder will coordinate and conduct audits of clinical trial documentation and procedures and be responsible for ensuring procedures are fit for purpose and commensurate with level of risk. They will also be responsible for quality control of pharmacovigilance activities and be a pro-active member of the ICR-CTSU/DDU pharmacovigilance working group. The post holder will provide quality assurance and pharmacovigilance advice and support to colleagues within ICR-CTSU and DDU and represent ICR-CTSU and DDU at relevant meetings within the wider ICR and Royal Marsden (RM) institutions and nationally, as required. Key Requirements The successful candidate must have a proven track record conducting audits and developing Standard Operating Procedures and have working knowledge of the Medicines for Human Use Clinical Trial Regulations. Experience and working knowledge of pharmacovigilance reporting is preferable. Candidates must demonstrate effective verbal and written communication and have excellent organisational skills.

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Trial Manager

Institution/Unit: Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine

Salary: Grade 6: £30,502 - £35,333 per annum, Grade 7: £36,386 - £42,155 per annum

Closing date: 08 Feb 2023

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We are seeking to recruit an experienced Trials Manager/Trial Coordinator to support the trials and programmes within the Clinical Sciences Department. You will assist with ongoing projects for the World-leading Liverpool Vaccine Group (LVG). LVG focuses on respiratory infection research with the primary aim of reducing global disease burden. We use human challenge models to develop / improve respiratory infection vaccines that are accessible to all.

You will be involved in the planning, co-ordinating and completing clinical trials and  will work in close partnership with data managers, medical statisticians, epidemiologists, Principle Investigators (PIs), programme managers and the wider laboratory and clinical team. The post-holder will be involved in trial management of LVG studies, including research governance, ethics, HRA and regulatory bodies such as MHRA as applicable.

This really is a fantastic opportunity to join a world-renowned organisation and make a significant contribution to research within a well-established and successful group.

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Research Nurse

Institution/Unit: University of Birmingham

Closing date: 08 February 2023

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This specialist research nurse role is to support the delivery of early phase clinical trials within the early phase oncology trials teams, with a focus on Neuro-oncology. The post holder will be responsible for the delivery of direct and indirect care and safe nursing practices for a specific group of patients taking part in predominantly phase I/II clinical trials. The post holder will be required to administer novel immunotherapy and cytotoxic agents and for the collection of pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamics samples. The role will require an expanded practice of clinical research process knowledge. The post holder will work both as a clinical site team member and, as a senior member of staff, contribute to the conduct and coordination of Cancer Research UK Clinical Trials Unit (CRCTU) early phase clinical trials. Informal enquires can be made by email to Cancer Research UK Senior Research Nurse Karen Turner ([email protected])

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Senior Trial Coordinator

Institution/Unit: University of Birmingham

Closing date: 08 February 2023

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This is a very varied and demanding post with considerable responsibility. Senior Trial Coordinators are responsible for managing a portfolio of trials and the staff working on those projects in addition to actively coordinating trials. They are expected to contribute to the design, conduct, analysis, publication and presentation of clinical trials research. They must be able to use their own initiative, be an effective leader, team player and excellent communicator. They will usually take on a role which carries a national profile, and as such they play a pivotal role in promoting the research activity of the CRCTU and developing its external collaborative network and establishing funding contacts. Informal enquires to Sarah Bowden, email: [email protected]

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QA and Sample Compliance Manager

Institution/Unit: University of Oxford

Salary: grade 7: £34,308 - £42,155 per annum (pro rata)

Closing date: 09 February 2023

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We are seeking to appoint a QA and Sample Compliance Manager to join the Jenner Institute, at the Nuffield Department of Medicine. You will support the Senior Quality Assurance Manager, and the Jenner Institute Senior Immunologists in ensuring that biological samples from Clinical Trials are managed in accordance with the Human Tissue Act, Good Clinical Practice and local ethical and regulatory requirements. You will help develop and maintain quality systems that allow compliant sample management and accountability. You will be responsible for managing Jenner Institute sample deposits to/withdrawal from the OVC Biobank and HTA registered collections, in order to facilitate the long-term storage samples for use in future research. It is essential that you are educated to degree level (or equivalent) in life science or health-related subject, you have extensive experience of working with clinical samples. You will have working knowledge of clinical trial regulations, GCP guidelines (including GCP for laboratories) and the Human Tissue Act. This position is offered full time on a fixed term contract for 14 months and is externally funded. Only applications received before 12 midday on 9 February 2023 will be considered. Please quote 163204 on all correspondence.

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Trial Manager

Institution/Unit: University of Oxford - NPEU CTU 

Salary: £34,308 - £42,155 per annum (with a discretionary range to £46,047) 

Closing date: 10 February 2023

Details:

The NPEU Clinical Trials Unit (NPEU CTU) are looking for an enthusiastic Trial Manager to join our team working on a newly funded clinical trial looking at the best way to care for premature babies. The Trial Manager will project manage the BASE trial; a new clinical trial spanning over 6 years which is also supported by a dedicated Research Nurse and administrative team. This is a great opportunity to join a friendly, supportive team with scope to contribute to wider development work of the Clinical Trials Unit.

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Head of Quality

Institution/Unit: University of Leicester

Salary: £46,047 to £51,805 per annum pro rata

Closing date: 12 February 2023

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This is an exciting opportunity to join the Leicester Clinical Trials Unit’s leadership team as Head of Quality. We are seeking a highly experienced quality manager who can develop pragmatic, proportionate policies and practices in support of regulatory compliance. Leicester Clinical Trials Unit (LCTU), established in 2009 and fully registered as a UKCRC unit, has a portfolio of clinical trials in a wide range of clinical areas, including cardiovascular, respiratory, cancer, diabetes and mental health. LCTU employs a multidisciplinary team including clinicians, statisticians, trial managers, quality officers, database developers, programmers and administrators. The Head of Quality will take responsibility for ensuring regulatory compliance of all research undertaken via the Leicester Clinical Trials Unit (LCTU), ensuring the Unit runs inspection ready. You will work closely with colleagues within the LCTU team and within the wider ecosystem to provide expert leadership, guidance and advice on all aspects of the governance of health and social care trials. About you The successful candidate will have significant experience working in a quality role in clinical trials. You will have highly developed diplomacy, influencing and negotiation skills and the ability to build productive working relationships at all levels. Outstanding communication and problem solving skills are key.

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Clinical Trials Monitor

Institution/Unit: University of Birmingham

Closing date: 12 February 2023

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The Monitor is responsible for on-site monitoring of CRCTU trials throughout the UK, the Republic of Ireland and other European countries, to ensure that a trial is run following the trial protocol and in accordance with current regulatory, ethical and quality standards. In addition to performing on-site monitoring, the Monitor supports the trial management team by advising on levels of monitoring, reviewing trial documents, assisting in the development of the trial’s quality management plan and providing advice on issues noted during in-house monitoring. Furthermore, the Monitor contributes to the work of the wider Quality Management Team, including the writing of standard operating procedures (SOPs), performing training on relevant SOPs and encouraging the sharing of best practices across sites and within the CRCTU. Informal enquiries can be made to Sarah Bowden, email: [email protected]

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Quality Assurance Manager

Institution/Unit: Oncology Clinical Trials Office (OCTO), Dept Oncology, Oxford University

Salary: Grade 8

Closing date: 17 February 2023

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We have an exciting opportunity for a Quality Assurance Manager (QAM) to join the Oncology Clinical Trials Office (OCTO), working in a team of clinical trial management professionals running a varied portfolio of early cancer detection, precision prevention, early phase drug trials and related sub-studies. Part of the OCTO Senior Operational Group, the QAM will be involved in the full lifecycle of trials from concept and trial adoption through to reporting and archive. Biological sample collection and analysis are key features of OCTO trials. The QAM will provide QA oversight to other teams and laboratories within the Department of Oncology that contribute to OCTO’s portfolio. The post holder will be expected to contribute to relevant local and national working groups. The role is considered to be office-based though some home working is possible subject to agreement. On occasion the post holder will be required to visit participating hospitals, collaborating companies, and other providers to conduct audit or monitoring visits, or to resolve other issues as directed by the Trial Management Director. Visits may include overnight stays and up to a week away for international visits. Full-time post (or min 0.8 FTE worked over no fewer than 4 days). Available for 3 years in the first instance.

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Clinical Project Manager

Institution/Unit: Uppsala University, Sweden 

Closing date: 21 February 2023

Details:

The position is within the unit Digital Health & Mental Health – research in collaboration with the public, hosting U-CARE a research program at the Department of Women’s and Children’s Health, Uppsala University (Sweden). U-CARE specializes in the development, piloting, and evaluation of e-Mental Health interventions for people with somatic disease, and their significant others. The person will work with two complex intervention studies: GuardiansCan (Tanzania) and CHANGE (Sweden). Essential tasks are to: -be responsible for working with the planning, set-up, and execution of the studies to ensure that deliverables are met in time, at a high quality, and within budget -create and maintain study files, including the study master files -develop relevant documents such as clinical study protocols, study plans, standard operating procedures, and material for ethics committee submissions, and informed consent procedures -ensure studies are conducted in accordance with applicable ethical and regulatory requirements in the respective country and appropriate records and audit documentation is maintained -monitor recruitment and retention, compliance with the study protocols, and ensure high quality data collection procedures.

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